ABM delivers Apple's XServe

Local Apple distributor, Arab Business Machine (ABM), is bringing the Apple XServe to the region as it aims to provide users with an affordable first step into the server market.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  June 11, 2002

Local Apple distributor, Arab Business Machine (ABM), is bringing the Apple XServe to the region as it aims to provide users with an affordable first step into the server market. Designed to run Apple’s Unix-based MacOS X Server software, the XServe touts easy management and set up.

“We are sure that Apple's entrance into the server market with the XServe is going to be hugely successful worldwide, with the Middle East being no exception,” says Elias Abou–Rustom, director of marketing & sales at ABM.

“ABM is delighted to present the Apple XServe to the Middle East IT population," he adds.

Shipping from the end of June onwards and starting at around US$3,500, the XServe is based on dual 1 GHz PowerPC G4 processors each possessing 2M/bytes of Double Data Rate (DDR) L3 cache. It also offers a ceiling storage of 480G/bytes on four hot-plug ATA/100 drives and superior-networking experiences from standard dual Gigabit Ethernet ports.

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